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Formula 4 South East Asia Championship

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Formula 4 South East Asia Championship
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CategoryFIA Formula 4
RegionSouth East Asia
Inaugural season2016
Teams1
ConstructorsMygale
Engine suppliersRenault
Tyre suppliersHankook
Drivers' championRepublic of Ireland Lucca Allen
Official websiteOfficial website
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Current season

The Formula 4 South East Asia Championship is a formula racing series run to FIA Formula 4 regulations. The inaugural season was held over 2016 and 2017.

History

Gerhard Berger and the FIA Singleseater Commission launched Formula 4 in March 2013.[1] The goal of the Formula 4 was to make the ladder to Formula 1 more transparent. Besides sporting and technical regulations, costs are also regulated. A car to compete in this category may not exceed €30'000 and a single season in Formula 4 may not exceed €100'000. South East Asian Formula 4 was the third series to start in 2016 and the eleventh Formula 4 category overall.

Car

The South East Asian Formula 4 car uses the Mygale monocoque and carbon fibre frame found in the Australian and the British championships and running Renault 1.6L engines similar to those used in the Danish and French series.

All cars are prepared by Malaysian team Meritus GP.

Champions

Drivers Champions

Season Champion Races Poles Wins Podiums Fastest laps Points Margins
2016–17 Indonesia Presley Martono 36 4 9 24 4 565 2
2017–18 China Daniel Cao 29 2 10 21 8 438 119
2018 France Alessandro Ghiretti 24 4 14 21 12 446 81
2019 Republic of Ireland Lucca Allen 40 5 12 27 9 619 2

Rookie Cup

Season Champion Points
2016–17 Indonesia Presley Martono 714
2017–18 Thailand Kane Shepherd 377
2018 France Alessandro Ghiretti 420

Circuits

Number Countries, Circuits Years
1 Malaysia Sepang International Circuit 2017-2019
2 Philippines Clark International Speedway 2017-2018
3 Indonesia Sentul International Circuit 2017
4 Thailand Chang International Circuit 2018-2019
5 India Madras Motor Race Track 2018-2019

References

  1. ^ "FIA reveals Formula 4 plan". Autosport. Retrieved 13 January 2014.

External links

This page was last edited on 12 May 2021, at 10:22
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